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is the circulation of "the nation"? >> 1.5 million readers online and 160,000 paper circulation. paul newman was a great and loyal friend and supporter. his partner in crime, robert redford, has been a supporter. we have a circle of 100 people who give each year. 30,000 associates give little each month above the subscription price in the belief it is not just a media institution but a community. there are 40 discussion groups around the country. [applause] >> these people obviously support it for what it espouses and believes in. do they all know that you have dirty martinis and marvin gaye? >> you have to keep perspectives. everyone's work is demanding. it is trying to make sense of these times and keep some hope. if we were meeting this time last year, it was a bully -- bleak time. we were coming off an election with the tea party claimed it had a mandate. i try to read history, drink dirty martinis, listen to marvin gaye, watch "true blood." vampires, everything. >> this has been fabulous. our thanks to katrina vanden h euvel, publisher of "the nation." [applause] we want to remind every
kid, and i saw paul newman and robert redford up there, and that adventure, going along with them, and i felt terrible. when they got shot. when i saw all of that, i was a part of it. when i watched a movie is going through high school, and i am struggling with try to figure out how to talk to a girl, and i see movies that explore that same subject, i was learning, you know? i was learning that we all suffer through those things. stories help you get through. of course, there are more profound stories. there are a big, spiritual stories. what is like to live in the south during the depression. what it is like being an okie, trying to get out to california. those things can what in your view of the world. i knew a lot more about europe from films until i was aged 25 or 30. i did not get over there. i did not get a chance to see it, but i learned about cultures and people and places far from me. it is all i wanted to do. i wanted to be an actor for a while, but i always wanted to be a part of this. tavis: if you are. >> and i am, and very proud to be. tavis: an academy award nominat
adults. there's no sun in sunny d! [ laughter ] or paul newman in fig newmans-- anymore. [ laughter ] and coca-cola's lawyers agree with me. they argue that "no consumer could reasonably be misled into thinking vitaminwater was a healthy beverage." exactly. what consumer would reasonably think vitaminwater is healthy just because their labels say it "supports your immune system" will "give your morning some nutrition," helps "fight for your overall health," and they have claimed vitaminwater will reduce the risk of chronic disease, eye disease, and promote healthy joints. and they're commercials say this: >> keep it simple by drink vitaminwater edge. it helps support a healthy body. >> stephen: that's right, a healthy body. as long as you define healthy as a backboard-headed mutant. [ laughter ] now, the group suing coca-cola, the center for science in the public interest, say that the healthy name "vitaminwater" , small amount of vitamin contet and obscures the product's 33 grams of sugar which is almost as much as a can of coke. though, according a recent 1905 study, is a delightf
of the city. thank you. >> next speaker. >> good morning madame chair and mr. supervisor. my name is paul newman and i'm the counsel for the uptown parking corporation and i work with the corporation for many, many years. and i just want to say that the board consistents of downtown business people, who contribute their time and very serious and sincere in their efforts to provide service by providing parking. they are very clear and very concise in their attempts to run the garage in the best manner that they can and provide the most revenue for the city and the best service for downtown parking. and i have always been proud to be part of the uptown parking corporation, because i think they do a great job, and i would like to see them continue. so thank you. >> thank you. >> my name is sidney goodwell, the president of the uptown sparking corporation. i have been on the board for 30 years and i was a retailer in the area and still involved with property there. on our board we have a cross-section from retail and hotels and businesses in the area, who give their time over and over and
, really good looking. all the president's men, robert redford and paul newman. they all in reality look like this. i am hideous. they don't look like robert redford. >> bob: you know skigies because you played in a tunnel -- >> greg: i made quite a living there, bob. >> andrea: dogged about getting the story. they never rest until the real story comes out. not the case. >> eric: feinstein had to know they were allowing bigelow and the screen writer michael ball is that his name? >> andrea: yes. >> eric: bolts. whatever. mark bohl. they had to know they were getting access to the c.i.a., right? >> andrea: to her credit, dianne feinstein was one of the few people that stood up and voiced concern about this. she was the one who said wait a minute, and the "new york times" article, there is a lot of detail of how they get the details, i'm concerned. in this case, it seems like the more you read about it, the more you get the sense that the senate wants to punish the c.i.a. somehow. again, the biggest point, this is a hollywood movie. it's not supposed to be a docudrama, it's not supposed to
. >> the hustler, for those of you who are not old enough to remember is paul newman goes by the name to fast eddie and he's determined to be the champion. he thinks he's the best in the world. because into the pool hall is going to play minnesota fast. fast eddie is good. he's very committed good. but minnesota fast as his manager who's sitting in a chair, george c. scott watching all of this. as evening goes on in their drinking and and shooting pool, eddie is between the double in minnesota fast is becoming desperate and keeps looking to george c. scott, what do i do? got from my sister, stick with this comeback kid. he's a loser. and that kind of stuns everybody. and then they play some more. minnesota fast keeps losing. his affect on them, i got in. he excuses himself, goes in the document comes out a few minutes later and is searching for his coat they think. as the attendant's brain is cut out to them after taking his coat, he just smiles and puts his hand out un- talcum powder poured into his hand. he rubs his hands, looks at fast eddy and says let's play some pool. he beats the devil out o
's an express for men, not that you would know. >> yeah, right. now did you mean paul newman or paul mccartney? >> no, paul newman. >> he doesn't sing. >> neither do i. >> good. when we come back we're going to talk more about raising the debt ceiling. this is going to be a contentious argument when washington takes this up, both sides are really digging in their heels. we have senator rob portman who will join us to talk about all of these issues. plus an outlook for the housing sector. home services america ceo ron peltier on real estate and the strength of the housing market. he can talk more with richard lefrak who is here as our guest host. "squawk box" will be back right after this. >> comments, questions? send them to @squawkcnbc on twitter. follow the show and look for updates from andrew, becky, joe and the "squawk" staff. "squawk box" on cnbc. and on twitter. _ overmany discounts to thine customers! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed, lord jamie. thou cometh and we thy saveth! what are you doing? we doth offer so many disc
? >> we were talking about paul newman and i would never -- i want to find some way to pay home okay to him. i loved him in butch and sundance, they had the scene where they jumped off the cliff and i always wanted to do it so i did it here. the director of the picture is in the water with the camera and some flippers on. >> brian: that's good. you have all the cameras or did you have to do it a bunch of times? >> one time. my stunt double did it first. he just looked too cool that you wouldn't believe it was me doing it 'cause he was just flying through the air. i would be screaming. i would be yelling. i did the screaming and the yelling all the way down. >> steve: out of curiousity, it looks like it was at least 1,000 heat. >> yeah. it was at least 1,000. maybe 1100. >> brian: i was reading some of your background 'cause it's everywhere. i'm on the internet, i got a password. you say you have trouble figuring out women, from wives to moms to sisters. correct? you? i thought you might have it down! >> no, no. i fake it. no, the trick is be a good listener, pay attention 'cause the
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